Midnight Hour-> Walkin' The Dog-> Big Boss Man, Me & My Uncle-> Cumberland Blues, Down In The Bottom-> I Ain't Superstitous, Althea, Tons Of Steel-> Supplication-> Might As Well
Revolution, Hell In A Bucket-> Touch Of Gray, Estimated Prophet-> Eyes Of The World-> Drums-> Goin' Down The Road Feelin' Bad-> Stella Blue-> Around & Around-> Turn On Your Love Light, E: Brokedown Palace
February 21, 2017 Subject:
I can't decide if this show is exploratory, or just wanders about...
December 29, 2014 Subject:
Different strokes for different folks jam at the 2:34 mark of Midnight Hour . This copy has a lot of hiss though I know it gets better but its tough
August 8, 2013 Subject:
Unfortunately, in this source one channel is phase-inverted, which produces a strange sound.
Moreover, it seems like the source was recorded with some Dolby NR, which was not (or not properly) decoded during transfer. It makes the treble sound unnaturally emphasized.
Otherwise a good show.
February 8, 2012 Subject:
Source says this was (at least in part) patched through by Dan Healy.
I am fairly certain this is the same source I had on my bootleg (but more generations) almost 37 years ago. I played the daylights out of the first set.
I already commented on this show from another source. I think the audience is so crucial to this show b/c the energy level was going to blow off the roof of the Spectrum!!
Tuning: You can hear Bob laying the chords to Midnight Hour, Jerry noodling with Walking the Dog -and I think Phil even does one bass line run of Lovelight. I think the rest of the band was ready before Weir - and Jerry asks him if he "has that thing (guitar) working?? Let's go!"
Then we get the trifecta MH>WTD>BBM...a breather and you hear Phil(?) shout out "Cumberland". Bob obliges with a Me and My Uncle and then we get a blistering "Cumberland" ( I always thought IMHO they should have tagged that to more of Bob's Cowboy tunes.
"Superstitious>Bottom" keeps the horses running full speed. I found that blues number a great break from Bob's Rider,Mingelwood, and Rooster (no disrespect).
Unlike the previous night - this is a long (by '85 standards) first set.
The second set for me is also very good. But more b/c of the post space numbers. GDTRFB>Stella>Round>Lovelight.